Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken, A Colorful Note To End The Summer Eating Season On

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Though summer isn’t officially over for a little while yet, soon it’ll be time to bring in the more fall-oriented recipes that will help usher us into that particular delicious and comforting time of year.

But before we go…

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When I think of the summer eating season, I think of lots of colors and bold flavors—lots of fresh produce added to mildly spicy and savory dishes to liven them up.

And nothing says “clean” more than a citrus-marinated and simply-grilled chicken breasts seasoned with warming Caribbean spices, topped off with a finely diced and golden-sweet fresh fruit relish for extra juiciness.

Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken | thecozyapron.com

Vibrant, light and colorful—the perfect tribute to the warmth and sunshine of summer before it’s gone, once again, until next year.

A plate containing bright greens, yellows and golds has always drawn my eye and reminded me of an escape to someplace tropical. It whisks me away to a place where the breeze is sweet and the sand is warm and bright, and perfect for digging toes into.

It’s an escape of the culinary kind.

Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken | thecozyapron.com

Limes, lemons, oranges and fresh fruits give boldness and beauty to the simplicity of grilled chicken, offering a fresh option for a canvas waiting to be infused with flavor. And in no time, the tastebuds are alive and the body refueled with the delicious beauty that remains of the summer season.

Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken | thecozyapron.com

Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken | thecozyapron.com

Caribbean-Style Grilled Citrus Chicken | thecozyapron.com

So though the summer still has a bit more to offer us for just a little while longer, the time for clean and simple meals like this is now while the fruits are still at their peak sweetness.

Because once the warm breeze begins to leave us, and the light in the sky shifts and changes to a slightly more purplish hue, then it’ll be on to the fruits of another season.

Taste what’s good and pass it on.

Ingrid




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